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This eighth chapter in "The Challenge of Counseling in Middle Schools" contains five articles on the organization of a middle school counseling program. "The Counselor and Modern Middle-Level Schools: New Roles in New Schools," by Paul George, examines characteristics of successful schools and considers some new roles for the counselor. "Teacher Based Guidance: The Advisor/Advisee Program," by John Arnold, describes a well-conceived advisory program consisting of a...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Adolescents, Intermediate Grades, Junior High Schools, Middle Schools, Organization,...
TO ASCERTAIN THE NUMBER, LOCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND FUNCTION OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COUNSELORS, ADMINISTRATORS, TEACHERS, AND ELEMENTARY COUNSELORS WERE SURVEYED USING QUESTIONNAIRES. THE MAJOR FINDING WAS THAT SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND COUNSELORS AGREED ON WHAT THE COUNSELOR SHOULD BE DOING. TEACHERS VIEWED THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COUNSELORS AS VERY EFFECTIVE AND REQUESTED AN INCREASE IN THE SERVICES ALREADY PROVIDED. FEW COUNSELORS INDICATED A NEED FOR SPECIALIZED COURSES FOR...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Counselor Role, Counselor Training, Elementary Education, Principals, Questionnaires,...
This digest discusses the ways in which counselors in middle schools can help youngsters face the challenges of early adolescence and prepare them for life in high school. It focuses on: (1) understanding one's self; (2) family relationships; (3) peer pressure and drug abuse; (4) stressful lives; (5) sexual maturation; (6) academics; and (7) career exploration. (TE)
Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Advising, Adolescents, Career Exploration, Counselor Role, Drug Abuse,...
This study investigated the roles and functions of elementary school counselors as reported by principals, counselors, teachers, and parents. The independent variables investigated were: position, district size, undergraduate major, schools with and without a counselor, age, gender, and years of experience. The instrument consisted of 38 items based upon the roles and functions of counselors delineated by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA). The scores from the five components and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Attitudes, Counselor Role, Elementary Education, Parents, Principals, School...